The ￼iConnect@Warren initiative is comprised of all the efforts and programs that are part of Warren’s shift to digital age teaching and learning. Key elements of Warren’s new learning environment include a chromebook for every student in grades 3-12, new digital curricula, and newly constructed learning spaces. A charge to “innovate at all times” is a component of Warren’s mission to educate and inspire all students. Warren’s tech rich learning environments support this aim. With full access to technology for learning, learners in Warren schools can . ..
Use the links below to learn more about the Chromebook and expectations around the care for and use of these devices. (Note: Topics marked with an * are included in the full parent student packet, "Expectations for students in the digital age learning environment .)
What questions do you have about your child's Chromebook? All questions submitted will be used to help MSD of Warren Township teachers and administrators develop a Frequently Asked Questions Document that will be posted on the website. Click on the link to submit your question. Network and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety
The Internet is a global information and communication network that provides students and staff with access to up-to-date, highly relevant information that will enhance their learning and the education process. Further, the Internet provides students and staff with the opportunity to communicate with other people from throughout the world. Access to such an incredible quantity of information and resources brings with it, however, certain unique challenges and responsibilities. Please view our Board Policies on Network and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety.
Comcast is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption program. It provides low-cost broadband service for $9.95 a month plus tax; the option to purchase an Internet-ready computer for under $150.00; and multiple options to access free digital literacy training in print, online, and in-person. A household is eligible to participate if it has at least one child eligible to participate in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), is located where Comcast offers Internet service, has not subscribed to Comcast Internet service within the last 90 days, and does not have an overdue Comcast bill or unreturned equipment. Families that enroll in the program can continue to enjoy the service as long as one child eligible to participate in the NSLP is living in the household. For more information about Internet Essentials visit InternetEssentials.com for English and InternetBasico.com for Spanish. Educators or third-parties interested in helping to spread the word can find more information at InternetEssentials.com/partner. Parents looking to enroll in the program can call 1-855-846-8376 or, for Spanish, 1-855-765-6995.
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